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Check your Moviestacker resize values. Are they divisibles by 16?
Is it checked crop round to 2, resize round to 16?
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Excuse me but this :
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BicubicResize(688, 382, 0, 0.6, 68, 144, 344, 288)
produces a 688*382 frame. And you don't have any addborder line in your script. So you are missing something

Second : I'm not sure but DCTFilterworks in mod16 dim and 382 is not divisible by 16. That is perhaps why you have an error.
(edit: seems that Pro has the same idea than me )
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@Pro
Thanks for the help buddy.

@Phil
I had a feeling I was missing an AddBorder command but im not to sure where in my script to add it or what params I should use could you please guide me in this, is there a forumla im sure I read a post of yours ages ago of a little formula.
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(edit: seems that Pro has the same idea than me )

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I had a feeling I was missing an AddBorder command but im not to sure where in my script to add it or what params I should use could you please guide me in this, is there a forumla im sure I read a post of yours ages ago of a little formula.
But... moviestacker gives it to you also ! And you can see what is its correct place in moviestacker too
BTW, the correct place is generally the last line of the script.
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Yes, same idea.
And for sure, only if you don't want overscan, Moviestacker always give you an Addborders or a Letterbox values, relatet to overscan method.
You need to put Addborders line as last one, just in place of monitorfilter.
BTW: As it seems, Jorel neither me, know what is monitorfilter, can you explain us.
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07-02-2004, 09:03 AM
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Hi Phil,

The trouble I have Phil is that MS wont accept an Mpeg1 as a source only a D2v or Avi file.

So I dont know if I have done wrong I just edited the film pixel to 352 x 288 and got the values from that.

If I try to use the wildcard *.* and enter that in MS it still wont accept the Mpeg1 stream.

Is there a way to input a Mpeg stream so that I can get my resize params and should I not use any of the presets in MS?
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07-02-2004, 09:08 AM
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@Pro

It is an AviSynth filter created by Johann langhofer. What it does is when using QuEnc as I sometimes to or indeed CCE it gives you a preview window in which to view the progress of your encode.

EDIT: Check out Johann site >>>HERE<<<
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I don't understand. If you have already mpg pal 352*288, just demultiplex it and give it to de DVD authoring program. Related to that sofware, maybe you don't need to demux it.
mpeg1 or mpeg2 352*288 is a valid DVD resolution.
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Hi Pro,

Unfortunately my standalone when trying to author a DVD with VCD or SVCD I get the picture viewed in a box in the sort of top right of the screen.

My DVD plays VCD's and SVCD's perfect but like I said if I try to author those res as DVD I get a boxed picture.

I wanted to resize this mpeg so that I could have some extras for a DVD im working on.
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But answering your question you can add by hand your source resolution values (in Moviestacker), near yellow folder icon (up and left). Then press icon with arrow pointing down and these values will be copied to film pixel boxes.
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So I dont know if I have done wrong I just edited the film pixel to 352 x 288 and got the values from that.
You can enter the size of the source by hand even if the fileds seem to be grayed. Moviestacker don't need to really read the source Try it !

Note: for your VCd res problem on a DVD that is not normal : VCD IS in the DVD standard ! You surely do something wrong with your authoring software.

Edit: Pro get out of my head
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Note: for your VCd res problem on a DVD that is not normal : VCD IS in the DVD standard ! You surely do something wrong with your authoring software.
I thought too about that but I leave it for you.
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Thanks for the tip Pro.

EDIT: I just checked the set-up on my Standalone and I have the following TV Screen setup:

4:3 (Letterbox)
4:3 (Pan&Scan)
16:9 (wide)

I was told the Pan & Scan was the best set up for my 4:3 TV is this true? The reason I ask maybe this is the reason when I author SVCD res into a DVD authoring Tool I get a display in a small box.
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I was told the Pan & Scan was the best set up for my 4:3 TV is this true?
Catch the guy that told you that and launch him from the roof of Big Ben. Next time he will not say craps

4;3 letterbox, anytime.

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The reason I ask maybe this is the reason when I author SVCD res into a DVD authoring Tool I get a display in a small box.
SVCD (480*576) is not in the DVD standard. VCD (352*28 and 1/2DVD (352*576) are.
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Catch the guy that told you that and launch him from the roof of Big Ben.
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Thanks for the info on the Ratio Phil I shall build my launcher on top of Big Ben and strap him to it.

Also thank you Phil and Pro for informing me about the res of 352 x 288 res I shall try to make a KSVCD with a res of 352 x 288 and author it and see the results in my standalone.

Thanks very much for your help guys.
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If you wanna see how Phil looks in PanScan to 4:3 .....
www.incredible.de.tf/aspectratios.html

.... you see ... he will loose all his friends
Thats why launching that guy from the top of the roof of big ben makes sense

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.... you see ... he will loose all his friends
I have friends ?

Excellent post Inc
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I understand what you mean now by Pan & Scan thanks for the link to your site very informative.
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